Posing nude for charity has become somewhat of a modern achievement for celebrities and people in the spotlight. But what about the average man or woman? I personally think any work, or activity, in the name of charity deserved to be commended, and if your natural, naked self can help raise more money then here here!
Family members have passed away and I was personally saved by the work of a charity when I was born. A lot of people forget how essential funds are for charities, and how the money raised truly makes a difference to individuals.
If my body, in all its glory, can be tastefully shown in the name of charity, then yes, I'm all for it.
Age is nothing but a number! I have friends who follow Islam, Judaism, Catholicism, and have all stripped off for the British Heart Foundation, bless them (the charity which saved my life). I didn't think religion had anything to do with it.
I think you need to understand that there are s o m e people in the world who just couldn't do that.
S o m e Baby Boomer's just could not get their head around, stripping naked.
You may have friends who have...even with their religious convictions, but that is not to say All would do the same.
For people like myself, it would be a No-No....no matter what it was for.
Not all religious people hold the same ideas.They may choose to contribute in another way, by donation to the cause.
I'm also a Christian, and seeing so much nudity in the Gospel, it would be appropriate.
I'm also nearly 60 and that would be yukky ....not but lucky to still be able to give something back, even if it was only myself.
Not personally but full marks to anyone who is able to do this -personal taste,choice,confidence will prevail. I would probably buy the product to support the people and charity. Best of wishes for Christmas and New year and bless volunteers!
Good question! I don't think so. Women posing nude for calenders still seems kind of tacky and exploitative to me, even when it's for charity. Men posing nude for calenders on the other hand seems comical. It's a double standard which I can't really justify.
I wouldn't strip for charity. I don't see how putting my bits on display would help anyone. If anything, much psychological harm would come to those who had to witness such a spectacle. I am happy to donate money and/or time. I think that's where the real help it at.
I don't see nudity as a sexual or wrong thing. We are all born naked. It feels natural to me.
If a charity wanted me to pose nude for them I probably would. More than likely i could raise more by keeping my gear on as it is not a pretty sight!